April 30, 2013 |
Nicole Richie is looking to get her tramp stamp removed in the first episode of her AOL Web series, "#CandidlyNicole. " The show is the latest in original programming from AOL, which has 15 new deals for Web series featuring Sarah Jessica Parker, Hank Azaria, Rocco DiSpirito, Anthony Anderson and Sofia Vergara's younger sister Sandra, the company announced Tuesday at the AOL 2013 Digital Content NewFront. As part of the programming, Ryan Seacrest Productions, Gwyneth Paltrow and her trainer Tracy Anderson have partnered for a new series called "Second Chances," TV Guide reported . But back to Richie, celebutante Paris Hilton's former BFF who costarred in their reality show "The Simple Life" at the peak of their popularity from 2003 to 2007. Richie, the adopted daughter of singer Lionel Richie, sets out to get her "cross going down the crack tattoo" removed in her debut webisode.
October 24, 2003 |
"Scary Movie 3" is, fortunately, a sequel in title only. The first entry was an amusing sendup of Dimension Films' "Scream" movies, but the second was a gross-out comedy that was more gross than funny. For this one, Dimension brought in spoof-master David Zucker ("Airplane!," etc.) to direct and his frequent collaborators Craig Mazin and Pat Proft to write the script.
March 17, 2001 |
The Steven Seagal experience returns to the multiplexes after a two- to three-year absence. Its star allegedly has spent the intervening years slimming down and buffing up. Still, while every hair remains resolutely in place, Seagal seems to strain more than usual in "Exit Wounds" to hold up both his Dick Tracy visage and Bruce Lee swagger.
March 5, 2006 |
TERRENCE HOWARD "Hustle & Flow" * TERRENCE HOWARD sees his performance as DJay, the pimp and wannabe hip-hop star in "Hustle & Flow," as a collaborative effort -- something that would have been impossible without the continuous support of his colleagues. "At the beginning of the table reading," he says, "we made a pact that we could do whatever it is we could do." The cast had been in rehearsals, he says, but "it was still disjointed because we were still frightened.
January 12, 2004 |
"My Baby's Daddy" is a tedious comedy about how three immature young Philadelphia males, lifelong pals, virtually simultaneously impregnate their girlfriends and how, as a result, they're forced to grow up at last. It's not the worst premise for humor dashed with a little wisdom, but the script, written by the film's star Eddie Griffin and others, is less than inspired and tends to blur the line between immaturity and just plain stupidity.
April 18, 2003 |
In the raucous "Malibu's Most Wanted," Ryan O'Neal's Bill Gluckman is a glib, rich gubernatorial candidate with a beautiful wife (Bo Derek) but a problematic son, Brad (Jamie Kennedy). It seems the Gluckmans never made time for Brad, and he has grown up on gangsta rap, courtesy of the family's maids. Surrounded by his own crew, he has adopted ghetto speech and has but one desire: to be known as the world's greatest rapper, going on about the hard-core life up in the 'Bu.
January 29, 2010
The Early Show Taylor Swift. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Gemma Genazzano; Donny Deutsch; New Kids on the Block. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC KTLA Morning News (N) 7 a.m. KTLA Good Morning America Glamour editor Suze Yalof Schwartz. (N) 7 a.m. KABC Good Day L.A. (N) 7 a.m. KTTV Live With Regis and Kelly Guest co-host Mark Consuelos; Kristen Bell; Christine Baranski. (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View Catherine Zeta-Jones; Oscar de la Renta.
September 7, 2001 |
Shante Smith (Vivica A. Fox) strikes you as the kind of advertising executive who's moved up the corporate ladder by overselling her products. She certainly oversells herself to us, as she pulls up to her fancy Los Angeles digs in her sexy sports car, proclaiming, "I'm a sister who knows where she came from and knows where she's going!" There probably isn't another actress anywhere who could make that corny self-advertisement work.
October 15, 2002 |
In Hollywood, controversy rarely hurts the bottom line, so it came as no surprise when MGM over the weekend disclosed plans for a sequel to "Barbershop," the breakout comedy about life in a Chicago barbershop, which has earned more than $65 million at the box office. The studio is already in talks to bring back star Ice Cube, although the script does not yet exist. "We're still flushing it out.